Building Collapse Claims

A building can collapse for many different reasons: faulty construction; termite damage; rot; damage caused by the weight of snow, ice, or rain over time; weight of people or personal property; blasts; vibrations; decay.

With so many potential factors at play, getting insurance companies to pay for building collapse damage can be hard. Property insurance policies often include highly specific clauses about what they will or won’t cover when a building fully or partially collapses. These clauses lend more flexibility to insurance companies looking to deny or lowball claims, even when the claims are justified.

Don’t Let Your Finances Collapse, Too

If your insurance company is delaying your collapse damage claim, or if they’ve already denied your claim, don’t give up hope. Morgan & Morgan’s first-party attorneys specialize in exactly these kinds of cases, and they may be able to help.

Our attorneys can review your case for free and determine if your claim’s denial is justified. If it’s not, we will take on the insurance company to get you full and fair compensation. To date, we’ve recovered more than $9 billion for our clients.

Working with Morgan & Morgan could be your best chance at recovering the compensation you need. Call today for a free, no-obligation case review.

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2012 S. Florida Avenue, 33803
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198 Broadway, 34741
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4495 South Semoran Boulevard, 32807
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940 S. Harbor City Blvd, 32901
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3705 N Himes Ave, 33607

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